Garrett College

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Public Service Industry

Social Services Assistant

Addictions Counseling, A.A.S.

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The A.A.S. in Addictions Counseling degree is designed to prepare students for careers in addictions counseling. The curriculum provides theoretical coursework along with practical, hands-on instruction and field experience necessary to attain certification as a certified supervised alcohol and drug counselor (CSC-AD) in the state of Maryland. Successful graduates are also prepared for transfer to a 4-year institution for further study in psychology, social work, or related human services programs. Students already possessing a bachelor's degree who are seeking the coursework and supervised fieldwork needed to become certified in addictions counseling can also benefit from this program.

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Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Special Education, A.A.T.

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Garrett College’s education programs are highly committed to providing pre-service teachers with the highest quality education to properly prepare them for the rigors of teaching in the 21st century. By educating teacher candidates in theory, analytical thinking, practical methods, and the latest proven methods, we strive to give candidates the necessary tools to become effective and efficient educational leaders.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Special Education, A.A.T.

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Garrett College’s education programs are highly committed to providing pre-service teachers with the highest quality education to properly prepare them for the rigors of teaching in the 21st century. By educating teacher candidates in theory, analytical thinking, practical methods, and the latest proven methods, we strive to give candidates the necessary tools to become effective and efficient educational leaders.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician Workforce Development Program

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EMTs are allied health professionals whose primary focus is to provide basic, non-invasive life support for emergent patients who access the emergency medical system (EMS). Acting as a link from the scene to the healthcare system, EMTs function as part of the comprehensive EMS response, under medical oversight. EMTs are allowed to conduct emergency procedures such as control bleeding, airway procedures and administering supplemental oxygen, perform splinting, and perform CPR while using an automated external defibrillator.

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Paramedic Certificate

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The Paramedic Certificate curriculum is designed to provide instruction in the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domains which will enable students to develop the knowledge and skills required for work in the emergency medical services (EMS) field.

Areas of study include human anatomy and physiology, airway management, patient assessment, medical and trauma emergencies, clinical skills, professional ethics and other related topics. Students enrolled in this program are taught to work in the field as an extension of the emergency room.

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Paramedic Studies, A.A.S.

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The Paramedic Studies curriculum is designed to provide instruction in the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domains which will enable students to develop the knowledge and skills required for work in the emergency medical services (EMS) field.

Areas of study include human anatomy and physiology, airway management, patient assessment, medical and trauma emergencies, clinical skills, professional ethics and other related topics. Students enrolled in this program are taught to work in the field as an extension of the emergency room.

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Paramedic Workforce Development Program

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Paramedics are allied health professionals whose primary focus is to provide advanced emergency medical care for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical system (EMS). Acting as a link from the scene to the healthcare system, paramedics function as part of the comprehensive EMS response, under medical oversight.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Assistant

Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Workforce Development Program

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Students will be prepared to work in a variety of medical facilities including a doctor's office, urgent care facilities, and hospitals. These classes teach the skills needed to perform both front and back office services. The curriculum is designed to prepare students to take the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Certification exams for CCMA, Certified Medical Administrative Assistant, and Phlebotomy.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Coding and Billing Workforce Development Program

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Individuals trained to work in the Allied Health Industry in this area work in doctor's offices, urgent care facilities, hospitals, and other health care facilities. Accurate medical billing and coding is essential to the delivery of quality health care and efficient health care administration.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Assistant Workforce Development Program

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Veterinary Assistants aid in kennel care, assist veterinary technicians and veterinarians during exams of domestic animals, and provide support throughout the veterinary office. Veterinary Assistants work in animal shelters, animal emergency centers, and veterinary practices. Instruction for the program is provided by a licensed Veterinary Technician and/or licensed Veterinarian.

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Transportation Industry

Truck Driver

Commercial Truck Driving (C.D.L.)

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Acquire the skills to operate professional trucks and tractor trailers through a curriculum based on classroom, range skills and over-the-road instruction. Potential job opportunities may be available upon completion of both Class A and Class B CDL training. Funding and paid training may be available to students who qualify and enroll in a CDL training program.

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Information Technology Industry

Data Security Management

Cybersecurity Certificate

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The Cybersecurity certificate program prepares students for cybersecurity-based careers. Garrett College’s Cybersecurity program allows students to concentrate on a curriculum that provides students with the knowledge and skills that are most in demand within the rapidly changing information technology industry – particularly the cybersecurity field. Courses such as Security+, Net+, and Computer Forensics provide both the knowledge and skills that can enhance employability and job market skills, allowing Garrett students to pursue career changes and/or career advancement in these highly technical fields.

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Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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Garrett’s Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Cybersecurity prepares students to enter the workforce in the cybersecurity industry. The curriculum provides students with many hands-on assignments to prepare them for real world tasks that they will encounter in their careers.

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Graphic Designer

Graphic and Web Design, A.A.S.

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A degree in Graphic and Web Design prepares graduates to utilize visual thinking and logic to create marketing and communications materials, websites and other interactive media.

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Software Developer

Graphic and Web Design, A.A.S.

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A degree in Graphic and Web Design prepares graduates to utilize visual thinking and logic to create marketing and communications materials, websites and other interactive media.

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

Machining concentration Professional and Technical Studies, A.A.S.

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The Professional & Technical Studies A.A.S. with Machining Concentration degree curriculum is designed to provide theory along with practical, hands-on instruction enabling students to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities to enter the workforce as trained manual and CNC machinists.

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Machining Workforce Development Program

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Machinists work in a variety of industries including energy, transportation, advanced manufacturing and the production of specialty products. Our training program prepares you for a career in Manual and CNC Machining.

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Construction Industry

Welder

Welding Workforce Development Program

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Welders are employed in almost every trade and work in a variety of locations including below ground, under water, on high-rise buildings, and bridges. Over 80 certifications are available based on the location of work and metal product being used in the process.

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Contact Phone Number

301-387-3000

Address

687 Mosser Road
McHenry, MD 21541
United States